Throwback: Wutah Fired Up The Country With Their “Big Dreams”

Wutah made a song that offered hope in the face of the gloom life presents. A reminder to take that leap to faith knowing things would be alright in the end. Perhaps, the biggest mistake Wutah did was going their separate ways when the better option was to resolve the impasse that brewed between them. At the time they broke […]

How A Night Out Ended Up Being A Nostalgic Trip.

Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies – Edward Bulwer-Lytton Music has power. Scratch that, music is power. The power it possess can be transfixing. Music enchants, burst your emotional banks, exposing your buried vulnerabilities.  Music, according to researchers, contribute to the well-being of humans thanks to its psychological, medical and physical effects. […]

Hama Breathes Heat In New “Big Up Freestyle” Video.

The consensus among those who have heard or know Hama is uniform: he’s one exciting talent. A reggae artist who always bring the requisite energy to records. He’s, simply put, a breath of fresh air. Over a short period, Hama has built a relatively good buzz for himself, albeit on few featured verses. Hama keeps proving his worth as one […]

THE CUTS: EP 03 Vol. 19

THE CUTS is a short review of songs, videos or albums that we think you need to hear or watch. The music is not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it will be covered. Poetra Asantewa – Hungry ‘Hungry’ examines the relationship between country/society (Ghana) and its citizens through the prism of Poetra. The poem highlights the raw […]


FRANK DELLE is not a familiar name is Ghanaian music circles despite his fame in Germany and parts of Europe (he was the lead singer of Reggae band Seeed). Frank Delle, is of a mixed parentage-a German mother and a Ghanaian father. He is the nephew of former PNC Presidential Aspirant and foremost dermatologist, Prof. Edmund Delle. In 2009, he […]